The community has been getting more and more details about Diablo 4 as the game's expected 2023 launch nears.
Diablo 4 will have Seasons, iterating on the Ladder Seasons from Diablo 2 and the Seasons of Diablo 3.
Like many modern games, Diablo 4 will have a Season Pass system that includes a rewards track with both free and premium tiers for you to progress through and earn in-game rewards while you play.
Welcome to another episode of Diablo 4 Quarterly Update roulette, and this one is a zinger, as the development team tackles a critical question from the community's collective mind following the launch of Diablo Immortal -- will D4 be pay to win?
What do you think about subscriptions, Season Passes, and other types of “live service” monetization?
We've recently learned that Diablo 4 will feature Seasons, much like Diablo 3.
With today's Diablo 4 update, we now know that Diablo 4 will continue Diablo 3's Seasonal content model — but in a significantly expanded form.
Diablo 4 Necromancer gameplay preview showcases new ways to explode corpses or shower enemies in blood
The Necromancer in Diablo 4 has been outlined in one of the Diablo 4 Quarterly Updates, which we talked about somewhat briefly in the overall roundup post for D4's classes.
Diablo Immortal is simultaneously extremely successful and somewhat controversial.
Several of my coworkers were talking about video game trailers, and the 2019 BlizzCon reveal of Diablo 4 came up.
Thanks to a deluge of news, we officially have the fifth and final Diablo 4 class revealed — but that's just at launch.